We all know how the 2021-22 NHL season ended for the Bruins. We all know what has happened following the Game 7 loss to the Carolina Hurricanes in the first round of the playoffs – Bruce Cassidy took the fall and lost his job, Jim Montgomery was named as his successor, Jake DeBrusk rescinded his … Keep Reading
On June 13, 2022, Bruins’ General Manager Don Sweeney traded forward Erik Haula to the New Jersey Devils in exchange for Pavel Zacha. A glance at Zacha shows Sweeney dealt for a player that has not lived up to the lofty expectations of a former sixth overall draft selection in 2015. The Bruins gained a … Keep Reading
With the litany of roster changes the Bruins have endured over this off-season, there has been an abundance of question marks surrounding how the lines should be organized. The return of Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci has given the Bruins some stability down the middle, but the players on the wing and the blue … Keep Reading
Craig Smith struggled offensively in the 2021-2022 season for the Bruins, but that doesn’t mean he’s destined to be a failure this season. Bruins fans should expect not only to see an uptake in his offensive output but also a more confident playing style.
Last year, Smith played musical chairs when it came to … Keep Reading
We’re officially at Don Sweeney days until Boston bruins regular season hockey, and as each day closes and we inch closer to NHL hockey, I get a little happier. You can feel it in the air—no more week-long stretches of brutal heat and summer humidity. The atmosphere is getting cooler, and so is the ice at the … Keep Reading
With just over a month before the start of the NHL regular season, the Bruins’ roster seems to be coming into form with Boston signing Pavel Zacha, Patrice Bergeron, and David Krejci. The Bruins will be without some essential pieces to start the regular season with Brad Marchand, Charlie McAvoy, and … Keep Reading
Some big questions surround the Bruins as they move into the new season. Issues linked to rehab recoveries and how the team navigates the first quarter of the season and keeps itself in a position to contend for a playoff spot are the focal point. But equally as important is the continuing … Keep Reading
It’s not a secret that Boston forward Craig Smith is on the trade block. According to CapFriendly, Boston is approximately $2.2 million over the salary cap with 24 roster players. Moving Craig Smith and his $3.1 million cap hit gives the Bruins just under 900k in cap room. That’s not a … Keep Reading
On Tuesday, August 16th, Jimmy Murphy from BostonHockeyNow.com reported that the Boston Bruins are exploring the trade market with third-line right wing Craig Smith. With Boston’s recent signings of Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci, the Bruins are $2.4 million over the salary cap. To get below the cap ceiling ($82.5 million), Boston may … Keep Reading
As the Bruins get ready for next season, a few players have significant career milestones within their reach. Every player goes into a season with winning the cup as their focus. That doesn’t mean they don’t also have an eye on a little personal glory. Let’s look at … Keep Reading
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